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This hair styling video from Foxy Locks Extensions shows you how to make an easy fishtail braid or plait.
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Hi everyone. Today, I'm going to do a Fishtail Plait. Let’s start.
Basically, I already learned how to do this over the days so I think it’s good. Cut your hair into two pieces like this.
And I'm going to do it with a messy one because that’s how I like it. We are going to do it every neat on that. I recommend kind of wetting the head first so please use that. So, what we’re going to do is grab the hair like this and then you’re going to take a small section from the half, bring it over, grab it and put it over into that side. Now that as I go, do the same and then over, grab it and bring one to that side, just keep repeating these steps.
Okay, once you’ve done that, just get over the small band and tie it up. I actually created my hair with that because I have made, this will fall down. This just is really great if you’re having a bad hair day and you run away to School College or what and you can see it is something really quick to do that looks a bit from here than that normal standard plait. So, I was going to make sure to some place and you can just fold it up a little bit just to make it a little bit messier, let’s say you see like it. And there you go, a quick fishtail braid. Thanks for watching. Bye.